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First published in 1925/26 and with over a million copies distributed until the end of the Nazi regime, Adolf Hitler’s hate propaganda Mein Kampf had the aura of ‘forbidden book’ for decades. The property rights held the Bavarian State ended in late 2015. The first new edition of the book immediately shot onto the bestseller lists and was just as quickly sold out. But what does the book really say? Does it pose any real danger in times of growing right-wing and neofascist tendencies? Helgard Haug and Daniel Wetzel developed their piece in collaboration with experts, who out of various biographical, political or professional reasons, were already entangled in the disturbingly active, independent existance of this book before 2016.
In German with English Surtitles.
With: Sibylla Flügge, Anna Gilsbach, Matthias Hageböck, Alon Kraus, Christian Spremberg, Volkan T error * Concept, Direction & Text: Helgard Haug, Daniel Wetzel * Dramaturgy & Research: Sebastian Brünger * Stage & Video: Marc Jungreithmeier * Interaction Design: Grit Schuster * Music: Volkan T error * Technical Coordination & Lighting: Andreas Mihan * Assistance: Meret Kiderlen * Sound Design / Sound Technic: Peter Breitenbach * Trainee: Linn Günther * Company Management: Heidrun Schlegel * A production by Kunstfest Weimar, the German National Theatre Weimar and Rimini Apparat in co-production with Munich Kammerspiele, National Theatre Mannheim, steirischer herbst festival Graz, Gessnerallee Zürich and HAU Hebbel am Ufer, in cooperation with the Schauspielhaus Graz and with the kind support of the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus * Funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation and the Mayor of Berlin – the Senate Chancellery – Cultural Affairs * With the kind support of „Contra Rechtsextremismus: Eine Stiftung des Deutschen Anwaltvereins * Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ Guest Performance Fund for Theatre, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and the Departments of Culture and Arts of the German federal state.